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Gyth Rigdon

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Gyth Rigdon
Born (1994-02-02) February 2, 1994 (age 27)
Singer, Louisiana, U.S.
Years active2016–present

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Gyth Rigdon (born February 2, 1994) is an american country singer who competed in the season 16 of the voice The Voice, where he became the runner-up behind the winner Maelyn Jarmon.[1]


The Voice (2019)[edit]

Gyth Rigdon competed in sixteenth season of the voice in his blind audition. Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton turned their chairs but John Legend was blocked by Blake and was unable to have the opportunity to coach him. Rigdon chose to became apart of team Blake and made it to the finale, finishing as runner-up, behind Maelyn Jarmon as the winner.

     – Studio version of performance was the most streamed song on Apple Music and iTunes

The Voice performances[edit]

Stage Song Original artist Order Result
Blind Audition "Drift Away" Dobie Gray 1.1 John Legend, Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton turned, John Legend Blocked, joined Team Blake
Battles (Top 48) "Drunk Me" (vs. Rod Stokes) Mitchell Tenpenny 8.3 Saved by Coach
Live Cross Battles (Top 32) "Goodbye Time" (vs. Abby Kasch) Conway Twitty 15.8 Saved by Public
Live Playoffs (Top 24) "I Want to Be Loved Like That" Shenandoah 16.20
Live Top 13 "Nobody but Me" Blake Shelton 18.1
Live Semifinals (Top 8) "Hey Jude" (duet with Dexter Roberts) The Beatles 20.3
"God Bless the U.S.A." Lee Greenwood 20.2
Live Finale (Final 4) "Take It Easy" with (Blake Shelton) Eagles 22.4 Runner-up
"Proof I’ve Always Loved You" (original song) Gyth Rigdon 22.11
"Once in a Blue Moon" Earl Thomas Conley 22.7



Title Year Peak chart positions
"Proof I've Always Loved You" 2019 46


  1. https://www.countryliving.com/life/entertainment/a27546416/the-voice-season-16-winner-maelyn-jarmon/
  2. "Billboard Country Update: May 28, 2019" (PDF). Billboard. Retrieved May 29, 2019.

id:Dexter Roberts

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